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Alumna named one of the most influential women in tech sector

April 28, 2010

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    Amber Case B.A. ’08

Amber Case B.A. ’08 was named to Fast Company magazine’s list of the Most Influential Women in Technology 2010.

Case majored in sociology/anthropology at Lewis & Clark and now works as a “digital philosopher,” considering the interaction between humans and computers and how our relationship with information is changing the way cultures think, act, and understand their worlds.

“When she’s not doing cyborg anthropology research, speaking at conferences, or helping clients such as the VC firm Ignition Partners groom their virtual presence, Case is thinking about invisible interfaces and working with her friend Aaron Parecki on augmented-reality pet projects…” Read the rest of the Fast Company article.

Learn more about Case on her blog, Hazelnut Tech Talk, which is targeted at innovators in the Portland tech community. Or follow her at Twitter.com/caseorganic.